18 Burst results for "Chris Light"

"chris light" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:10 min | Last month

"chris light" Discussed on WTOP

"Here are the top stories we're following for you on WTO P the FBI has been slapped with a huge lawsuit by sexual assault victims who claim a bungled investigation by federal agents led to more abuse by sports doctor Larry Nassar The 13 victims want $10 million each from the FBI The Justice Department's inspector general said last year that the FBI made fundamental errors when it became aware of claims against the Michigan state university and USA Olympic sports doctor NASA was serving decades in prison for assaulting female athletes Saying Vladimir Putin will never succeed in war President Biden has given the green light to another $800 million in U.S. Military aid to help Ukraine fight back against the Russian invasion Still the president is warning that Congress will need to approve additional assistance The new package includes much needed heavy artillery ammunition and drones for Ukrainian forces The president says the more than 13 and a half $1 billion approved by Congress just last month for military and humanitarian assistance is nearly exhausted Well that was fast CNN's new streaming service CNN plus is pulling the plug only after a month after it launched in a memo Chris light the network's incoming chief executive said consumers wanted simplicity and an all in service rather than stand-alone offerings It was a pricey experiment a $100 million in development costs and some 500 CNN employees assigned to build out the new streaming service Stay with WTO we'll have more on these top stories in minutes In other news violence is intensifying between Palestinians and Israeli police the attacks along the Gaza front fueled by unrest in Jerusalem have led to an escalation similar to the one we saw last year in Israel's Gaza war Palestinian militants fired two rockets toward Israel from the Gaza Strip late yesterday and earlier today in Israeli aircraft hit militant targets in Gaza the violence comes following a series of deadly attacks by Palestinians against Israelis that led to arrests in the West Bank and spread to daily clashes in Jerusalem Let's see what's ahead in money news The markets are mostly lower now a bib gourmand winning D.C. pizza shop is opening more locations I'm Jeff clay Crab stalwart in the traffic center Three lanes cross the Wilson bridge left lane gets you by the work zone there interloop after the dulles toll road the right lane is blocked for that work but he traveling inbound or outbound on canal road before Arizona avenue we had the right side block for the crash we understand traffic may be alternating there back in Virginia northbound George Washington Parkway coming past one 23 That work was that of white lane getting by that work zone then the crash which was near CIA's cleared while you're traveling you're open I 95 south down you're on the brakes headed past the fairfax county Parkway the mobile work was in the left lane then further south delays as you make your way past one 23 Northbound slows in separate stretches between dumfries and the fairfax county Parkway but you.

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"chris light" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"chris light" Discussed on WJR 760

"Pavilion at the Henry Ford, Greenfield Village and Huntington Bank, the primary sponsor of today's show. We appreciate that. And the team. The team the team is here and Thomas, our executive producer, Marie Osborne. News and information and conversation. And Dana Clark. Checking our traffic weather and whatever else might be going on. By the way, thanks. To Sherry Templin, Ray, our engineers, wife, Sherrie made some up You said percolated coffee. Did you say, uh, percolated coffee in a big Thermostat has kept it nice and hot. We appreciate that Chris lit crit also picked up some some coffee foresight. I noticed you went to Tim Hortons. Did anyone see any doughnuts that Chris Brunt No, just just coffee. I know. I know. You're just looking out for our good health. Yeah, right. Okay, anyway, and no. Marie, you sent me this story. Chlorine shortage leads to price increases for swimming pool owners There was apparently a factory fire where they create builder of create. Produce. I knew I was searching for a word. I'd finally find it. Chlorine, chlorine manufacturer and one factory has a fire and that shuts down everybody while specifically, they're making these tablets, which, if you have a pool those of the month those of the easier once to use of the little pucks, pucks Wait ranks so much easier to use. So that's what the problem is that they've had, You know the spire so that put I'll put down. But more importantly, during the pandemic last year and into this year, guess what people were doing? They were installing a lot of swimming pools into their homes. So there's this serious uptick in demand for chlorine and general, right. So what I thought was really interesting as a lot of people are actually considering doing saltwater pools. Which which made sense before there was a chlorine shortage, and you know, we ought to get on is my pool guy. Keith Anderson, Keith and Janet Anderson Anderson Pools because they put in our pool and it's salt water. And and has put in a polar is in the process Saltwater and let me tell you something, you guys Oh,.

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"chris light" Discussed on Brew Talk  1310 KFKA

Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"chris light" Discussed on Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

"Put out last year of Halloween. Can Leftover Halloween Candy and beer pairings leftover leftover. So you know because. You know as a kid 'cause little timmy and kids always want to eat all the candy that night. Yeah. To Leftover. It'd be the next day I'm guessing. Or It's the candy that nobody wants to eat or after your kids. Guts because of all the sugar and I'm gone to bed, you're now eating the candy about to experience the same fate. So. I one on the list is candy corn. Guys suggestions. I would imagine something light something like. A blonde or a logger American lager, hills ner I would put it with the pills. So they have a cream ale. Chris light-bodied Golden Ale. High carbonation. You need to accompany the sweet vanilla marshmallow flavor. Let's say you need that carbonation to drive that. Show off your Tony. How about good plenty you guys know good and plenty slow. It's a chocolate I have never had plenty actually. Say so they're suggest. Black liquorice with a candy show Kinda Shell. Okay. Different colors black licorice. So. Are we guessing? Guests go ahead and. I'd say like a Belgian bell or some other dark amber style beer. Or Double Belgian param with maybe a lighter porter. That needs a little bit more. To the flavor. So they're suggesting pastry stoute's. With the rich sweetness and Silky mouth feel. Is Just what these bidder complicated candies call for. That's three kind of different approaches you thinking to enhance the porter. I was thinking powerful flavors with powerful flavor and they said that they're bitter I didn't think they were bitter. He's probably an this. Flavor that they're. Considering better sure. Sure I could see that astringent. About Tutsi roles. It just a just something that's dark. Brown al.. That's very Carmel it's basically just caramel right so you need something to really balance the Carmel so I would have to go I'm just GONNA say Brownell..

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"chris light" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"chris light" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"Day from cheap wine fighter dot com again. . This one's kind of appropriate to the season. . It's a Chris Light refreshing. . Sparkling wine it's the presto sparkling rose zeh than non vintage extra-dry. . Nine, , ninety, , nine at whole foods. . I. Think . it's exclusive whole foods they sell elsewhere in the world but in the United States, , it's whole foods. . and. . It's if you like. . You'RE GONNA. Like . this wine. . It's made in the same <hes> way that tank from Tation Shar map. . Large pressurized bats the pressure when the CO two was released the second fermentation. . The pressure foots the bubbles right back into the one. . The DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS For Sakho says the glaring rape which the white grape. . used. . The grain grape and the rebozo. . Gra to local Grapes of the region Veneto. . and. . Trentino Trentino up all toil Dj. . Gratiot and Benito is Sakho. . Northern Italy way, , up there. . <hes> the red grapes are two popular grapes in Italy about you don't see him that often in the U. S.. . Ever, , really good at Italian wine shop L. The you might find them there because they make good one. . But you know most people aren't familiar and in a sparkling wine doesn't really matter because that's been fermented twice. . Like. . I said if you like for sexual like this, , it's got a different. . Flavor profile, , but it's got some rounded red fruit in it. . Now, not , lot still basically a Chris sparkling wine. . NOTICED SIP in two minutes? ? Taken two steps in two minutes basically tells you that it's got good acidity. . Yeah. . So. . That's all you need to know really the light refreshing ten buckle foods sparkling wine from. . Italy. . And you know what they are thinking about, , which may or may not make much difference at all. . Why is it a sparkling wine? ? In Italy, , the word for sparkling wine is full monty. . You know this is a smart I mean for Seco- Samante Champagnes? ? Format. . It just means sparkling wine doesn't mean anything. . But I think one of the problems is that. . In most Americans when they think about sparkling wine, they , think about. . Those sweet inexpensive ones from the Asti region which sold like crazy for a long long time. . I think they still do. . Okay. . But the cattle got. . You know the kind of Societas with an expensive nat maybe that grape wine, , there's been a few scandals there won't get into. . This cheap wine fighter. . We don't really care about this but for kind of Blue Osteo Ahmadis, , water because they were drier. . More detail. . You know they weren't these sweet things not the sweet wine is terrible. . Not a huge fan, , but people are so tweets their own. . So this is a sparkling wine should wear should be Presto Spur Monte Rosa. . And that's pretty good little line and the reason is not called. . For Sakho rose as because. . They're very very. . <hes> they've they've they've they've value their brand their brand is the glare grape. . Grown of <unk> region main the Sharm, , method and they actually a few years ago changed the name it used to be the for Sakho, , grape? ? Grown in the region made the cycle wine. . Anybody who could grow the? ? In Spain California Argentina could call their wine for sex change the grape to Glenora you can grow the grape anywhere, , but you gotTa Call Glare on that percents they protected their brand. . And that's the reason. . This isn't for Cycle Rosa because it camping has to be made from the lyric grape. . That's a white one. . And this is what this is a light refreshing ten bucks. . What else do you want what ton Buck Rosa bubbly from from Italy? ? I can't think of anything else tasted to me. . Third SIP and four minutes. . and. . I. . Don't have much more to say about against the job done. . You know. . Yeah. . I mean. . Is it my favorite wine? ? The whole real? ? No but. . I require wine to be the favourite wine every time out this gets the job done. . It does what it was meant to do and a dozen well. . So. . That's it for me. . On the next one key cheap. .

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Presto Sparkling Rose

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Presto Sparkling Rose

"Day from cheap wine fighter dot com again. This one's kind of appropriate to the season. It's a Chris Light refreshing. Sparkling wine it's the presto sparkling rose zeh than non vintage extra-dry. Nine, ninety, nine at whole foods. I. Think it's exclusive whole foods they sell elsewhere in the world but in the United States, it's whole foods. and. It's if you like. You'RE GONNA. Like this wine. It's made in the same way that tank from Tation Shar map. Large pressurized bats the pressure when the CO two was released the second fermentation. The pressure foots the bubbles right back into the one. The DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS For Sakho says the glaring rape which the white grape. used. The grain grape and the rebozo. Gra to local Grapes of the region Veneto. and. Trentino Trentino up all toil Dj. Gratiot and Benito is Sakho. Northern Italy way, up there. the red grapes are two popular grapes in Italy about you don't see him that often in the U. S.. Ever, really good at Italian wine shop L. The you might find them there because they make good one. But you know most people aren't familiar and in a sparkling wine doesn't really matter because that's been fermented twice. Like. I said if you like for sexual like this, it's got a different. Flavor profile, but it's got some rounded red fruit in it. Now, not lot still basically a Chris sparkling wine. NOTICED SIP in two minutes? Taken two steps in two minutes basically tells you that it's got good acidity. Yeah. So. That's all you need to know really the light refreshing ten buckle foods sparkling wine from. Italy. And you know what they are thinking about, which may or may not make much difference at all. Why is it a sparkling wine? In Italy, the word for sparkling wine is full monty. You know this is a smart I mean for Seco- Samante Champagnes? Format. It just means sparkling wine doesn't mean anything. But I think one of the problems is that. In most Americans when they think about sparkling wine, they think about. Those sweet inexpensive ones from the Asti region which sold like crazy for a long long time. I think they still do. Okay. But the cattle got. You know the kind of Societas with an expensive nat maybe that grape wine, there's been a few scandals there won't get into. This cheap wine fighter. We don't really care about this but for kind of Blue Osteo Ahmadis, water because they were drier. More detail. You know they weren't these sweet things not the sweet wine is terrible. Not a huge fan, but people are so tweets their own. So this is a sparkling wine should wear should be Presto Spur Monte Rosa. And that's pretty good little line and the reason is not called. For Sakho rose as because. They're very very. they've they've they've they've value their brand their brand is the glare grape. Grown of region main the Sharm, method and they actually a few years ago changed the name it used to be the for Sakho, grape? Grown in the region made the cycle wine. Anybody who could grow the? In Spain California Argentina could call their wine for sex change the grape to Glenora you can grow the grape anywhere, but you gotTa Call Glare on that percents they protected their brand. And that's the reason. This isn't for Cycle Rosa because it camping has to be made from the lyric grape. That's a white one. And this is what this is a light refreshing ten bucks. What else do you want what ton Buck Rosa bubbly from from Italy? I can't think of anything else tasted to me. Third SIP and four minutes. and. I. Don't have much more to say about against the job done. You know. Yeah. I mean. Is it my favorite wine? The whole real? No but. I require wine to be the favourite wine every time out this gets the job done. It does what it was meant to do and a dozen well. So. That's it for me. On the next one key cheap.

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"chris light" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

10:40 min | 1 year ago

"chris light" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

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"chris light" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"chris light" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And that's what happened to you you want to limit a teen's confidence when they're on the road and then make them second guessed himself way Miami came out like you mentioned we made to before they throw the first punch stop swinging in everything cultures doing everything you can pull out the bag of tricks which try to slow things down but the online I have to step up they really take some pride on the defensive get this Illinois shooting thirty nine per cent overall they're two of seven from three two of two from the line of a committed ten turnovers Miami is shooting seventeen of twenty two in the seven here in the first half and from the three point line six of eight Wartenberg set a couple and fifty points in the smallest guy on the floor Chris lights and want to start by the hurricane it literally been blown out by you fifty five down there in Charleston South Carolina this has led the way all these three season is it a hundred nineteen three two hundred twenty three point thirty three three this year's so we made a three in every one of those games so they can I'd go to previous losses with hi this is three point shooting about thirty seven percent if you're going to give these guys really police on the right wing out all the time last quarter past razor to assume three hi left wing recovery out there by Miami seventy ranger again it's run here it seems scenes in either of the key three point line to on to more forty minutes ago really were the first here is fully going Georgie down Miller Georgie as two more he's up to eighty sign away your advantages are two forty five twenty is the Miami lead it's been as big as twenty seven four.

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"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

Everyday America

12:28 min | 3 years ago

"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

"Million dollars in total liabilities and only forty seven billion in assets would it surprise you to know the kentucky talking more depth in california no surprise when i looked at illinois number two so that that's my illinois let me take a look at that they have you know what no no no gun rights in whatever whatever a sanctuary city see this and that but yet they they're not even run properly so who had his estate continue to exist when they have the chicago cubs sell the chicago cubs in hey you're dead on like let's do something slammed the chicago cubs are owned and by the state so unless you're gonna steal rose from a private person as if i were running at eight i mean that's my point chris is that it has the get so drunk it's gonna get so dramatic that has to happen at some i mean well they already i remember at one point there's some people who hit some sort of a lot they lied right there they weren't being paid because they didn't have money looked at memphis that happened over illinois some so okay so here's another thought oh we're running out time here but one other piece i wanna hit on today a how do you get more voters in right so not everybody votes you have to go to voting station now a pulse point earlier about getting in the car what do you guys think about 'em voting online so you could you could buy a car online in a register for passport online you can do anything you get healthcare online these days there's a lot of things in get done online a what's wrong with that that would that would make sure more people vote right to two things i got that first of all i don't want or people who want less people but i want people who actually 'cause i know one thing a lot of people were democrats are trying to get people who were sixteen years old and that's crazy but they don't even know what they're taught eighteen year olds don't even know what they're talking about they were the constitution came out you gotta be twenty one years old the back page one looks like thirty nowadays why they wanna have the way you're twenty one so they want you to have a little bit of license bridge and understand what they were voting for when you're eighteen sixteen whatever nineteenth you mommy daddy like you don't know anything about world war while the president all those laws affect you even though you have no idea what that really would like more people who i think the counter argument there is if they get drafted in the military and go to war there should be able to vote i mean we could drop the minute here's the thing but there's a lot of things you can't do if you're making they drink alcohol no could you buy we can you can you can you rent a car you run a hotel there's a lot of things you can do because you're twenty one by jones or something they never it to me i mean or would it matter if you can't you can't rent a car wreck hearts go out to go to war yeah i mean i if you go to war i think that you should be able to do most things every other sort of thinking do i mean i'm not gonna talk yeah i think it's a reception if you do go toward then you you have you're you're life together if you're saying there in the basement of vermont playing fortnight all night long i don't think you know hey i know they already five year old antoine bad so must be running here's my point like i don't think anybody should just because you're a certain age you should be able to go i i think i should athletes like take some sort of a test something you know something about the canada will look she wouldn't have any knowledge of something because that's not just have people who watch tv or some get out and vote they walk out there and they hit you know the democrat button are republican then it is right back that so that they can they can rocket my vote because i studied pay attention some idiot goes up air pushes the but i disagree with them so i want people now crew were educated that problem you said when the constitution came out they had to be twentyone also they had to be male and they also had the landowners is that correct in original constitution they came out correct correct it's pretty crazy i mean i'm glad the that's different now that's the you know the the hitter about this time but i but i think that is one aspect great without why people do have understand have a little horse get the game because they understand what's going on your life experience clint no i just wanna make sure that you know people that that's the problem people don't really understand that the world was a completely different place you know two hundred years ago or what are you know as it wasn't that far low sixty years ago you know there is a completely different time and what people find acceptable not acceptable these days they thought back then like we this is a completely different day but you know hitler learned a lot of things about what to do to people from america you know like we did a lot of a lot of things that you know he thought was a good idea that he implemented over and his country my point being is that what's acceptable now people can look back and decide that's not acceptable because that's what happened for those times so impeded people vote back and then they were like hey let's make it this let's make it that so let's figure out what is so now we don't have online services available to us but as the is that the safest smartest way my big thing is that everything is online now you got you're online banking you got you're online whatever ever whatever whatever but here's the problem who controls the internet is anyone know who owns the internet so what happens when they get shut down you lose all your money you lose the ability to vote you lose everything you lose your youtube channel and you're social media in your ability to play video games so the problem is when you put all the power into something like these internet it could easily be you know an they haven't figured out a way stop hacking people in the bank accounts how who's the say you can't hack boats i mean in certain states we can't even get you know he loved about how the pay people cutting you know a voter fraud could be right but over i mean you could get in like in certain cities here we've had are certain voting precincts you have a hundred and five percent turnout i'm not sure if you understand how bodey once in a while you know five percent voter turnout sitting at red hat ohio like monitoring two hundred and forty seven percent turnout one of the counties tony's in ohio like that's the way i saw so that's my point is like if you don't have to have an idea so i i and i've never i've always had people said that's racist like trying to say yeah but i feel like i've been some of the worst cities areas in annapolis i've never went on a run why should you have no idea i said no i can't afford never happened never it's never going at everybody has ninety if you do anything so that's just a reason that i think people saying so yeah you can't just go wherever you want under different names i mean i think that's realistic concern senator and so i don't see i don't i don't make voting online would be good shows that that could be another possibility of easier this could do i think yeah actually one day out of the year every year every four years whatever they accept a shelter in place if you really if you don't care enough about it glassy go up in short someplace i don't know what i mean so i want people are gonna be dedicated to accede chair about it get up at travel of one mile or wherever how far away it is the goat a place that might take all right so we make it a national holiday then so you never have to worry about good work not worry about any of that stuff and study all day go to the polls what do you guys think about that i i think i think that's right and i think most works actually allow people to leave and go do that i mean i feel that's from every place and i've ever met or people but i know their work julie all pay for lower is about a pocket i don't think so they probably have to either make a tiger miss timer which i mean i said i i know most places open up at like six in the morning or something they're open so i'll be like all right i'm i mean i'm a fireman i worked for twenty four hours that that perhaps he writes it well i mean i i don't know if they do have you know if that is being issued if you have you have like absentee ballot in early you could go early voting you don't have the gandhi exact day even go weeks and weeks and weeks in advance or people educated on this i don't think they would be i don't rely on general they have left end writer turn signal faced at all i'll travis i'm not educated on is a damn thing well i know where i'm going well it's not for you and everybody else around a model bruce most early only don't they i mean that's about a month before now they always talk about i always feel that that's another one of my porch if you don't need that if you don't pay enough attention and those either early vote for you can't figure out how to get there today of i mean i don't want you both are idle i think you should be allowed to vote if you can't figure that stuff i've you know that little about what's going on you gotta know who to vote for i mean there's no way you could even a study that much that not had any eddie good vote here's a question for fans no class about that in school no one teaches that we will put another topic for another day but here's my question for chris would you rather have that 'em would you rather have that democratic republican that that's just straight i'm gonna call hey voting i don't want the republicans out on what the democrats in would you rather have that person voting all ticket i mean do you really wanna hang their hat on just excluding folks you know voting online or you know the as educated i would argue that most of the people voting now or just voting straight ticket and they don't put much thought and one hundred percent i feel like that's i i agree i agree like i said i would like to see if you're gonna if you're gonna throw you know maybe you show up at the only place and they have little thing at least you have there knows something about what's going on right parties that person reds are something about you have you have some very very simple qualified let you go vote so i got no idea i did my constitutional right okay well then and you're gonna go out there and wipe out the votes of all the people who actually care about it's effing rashi and make are country better go up in wipe that out because you watch the commercials on tv here you wanna get a free cookie or something i don't know what you're doing here we go go away i know i don't want anybody in the world is able to walk up and say oh i have no idea what this is about whom i vote for so i mean yeah i'm not saying you have to be super indepth ondo what judge you're looking for come i don't know that i mean who cares more about it maybe it's north there's certainly i just said you have to do something about the election process going on it happened have some level of education i hope because otherwise it's a waste of everybody's mind well chris you hit on the important point even someone like myself that wants to go out and vote and i wanna look from canada if you can't find most of the stuff unless it's on their own facebook page or you know they'll have one maybe interview in the newspaper so it's very it it here's the problem to the people don't realize people living a county or town you have a city councillor whatever it it's three or four people that make decisions for your entire city or town you know what i'm saying so if people really thought about like hey i know it's and like how this person's gonna go to the national government and make mb my voice to make decisions then maybe they would you know be like that's one part they get the vote yes or no you know for you on certain issues and then they get mad bad and they don't they don't do anything else about it that's the problem is that they make it so hard to do anything about it or gimme information about the people just go the easy way and vote straight ticket or don't vote at all or whatever and it's a system that gigantically broken i don't i don't know how to fix it but it's it's embarrassing be honest it then here's another one in i i know this is probably not ideal and it's in it's not gonna happen right 'em but you made a pretty good point there people vote yes or no for me at the you know in the seventeen seventeen hundreds when the country was founded we had representatives because we couldn't be there to vote for every single thing i'm gonna circle back to my technology question again and say you know is there a possibility have a system in place in the future where everybody can actually cast their vote could with the search for bills surfer any thoughts on that day that they were voting day when when the server crashes 'cause there's a hundred thirty well let's go two hundred million people decided to get on at the same time in voter and the server crashes in the white flag goes down and then we get a reach out because i couldn't catch by boat because i i didn't have a password to the internet i mean those were all these problems travis i mean for taking away now liberties pretty because of the computer i think that's gonna even pass those problems let's say in a perfect world everything did.

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"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

Everyday America

11:04 min | 3 years ago

"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

"Spend forty million dollars i think it's stupid as a whole and he says i'm not no not well there's no way where or when that case and everybody's mad at all these bills like for example like the patriot act talked about it give it a great day this is if you gotta vote but the patriot patriotic a very much taken away like liberties and americans were supposed to tell it so they gave it a clever name in everybody's that you can't vote on this lady did a makes it look bad but it wasn't a good day it was it was really look into we gave away a lot of are constitutional liberties based on just just by you know so wild mockery and whatnot so i mean you just because this guy you know is a strict constitutional as in not per wasteful spending which are government is doug rapidly no i think that's a good thing i want more people in there who are not just say yes it in most people what they do is they make trade for example okay i'll go yes but this if you go yes vermont and then i get this bill passed in both both those bills do they spent a lot more money but we don't need that so it seems like there's always a lot of pork at these bills a lot of different spending in there that i mean the biggest problem with our country right now is spending is it if we don't make enough money we spend too much money i think he would always try to get that toilet nobody would help contracts yeah so back to the question how do you get more libertarians in their how do you get more green party in there you know i mean yeah okay that and that's i think we have you get people educated affected quit did it and then there's two partners this up put said i'm gonna vote republican or democrat because hopefully people will finally starting to see the democrat party is going so far to the left i mean i mean they're so out of touch with reality didn't go what they want their their straight socialist you know almost comment is to a certain level of all you don't want the government to pay for everything take care but if they even though they have piero plant in front of paper that said they're they're playing it as a complete a planned for total bankruptcy here i mean more advanced amenable already irving being able to while we're only a bonus money to pay for anything if we listen to their plans at all so hopefully a lot of people are gonna get set up with that part of the deal i can't support fish well even people say i can't support the republican side either they're gonna have to find somebody else i vote for that's what the independence get come at you or somebody else could look beautiful libertarian are people don't realize i mean you get a lot of these a lot of people who are let's say you know democrat minded right now and they hate the way the republicans try legislate balls at tried shelby liberalized libertarian zone agree with that either you know but but at the same point the democrats are so reckless financially and i think libertarians are not libertarian kind of cross in certain ways between republican democrat party takes bass aspect of both in my opinion so hopefully some democratic right like i want somebody who's not gonna tell me how my life but it's good tropy lee you know sane in quit making these ridiculous spending things and promises we cannot keep up hopefully people could just you know the more outrageous each party yes i think the more appealing at art or libertarian party become yeah you know i think i think the really the the fix their is on the people i think the systems in place and it's it's pretty close to unbeatable at the moment a i i think you know there's some pretty legitimate a parties at come through but i mean it belongs the democrats and the republicans and it's been that way since eighteen fifty two i think every president since then has been one of those parties so it's kind of a machine i think you kinda gotta legislate some of that out there i don't know what it is i mean that that that mean here here's the problem here's here's a here's something like that those people aren't chart those those they're in charge of the legislator you've been in any way shape or form think they're gonna legislate any available but with that right right that'd be like me saying look i'm in charge here and i'm gonna legislate mile self out of a job change by whether that is what they want more than anything they wanna keep the status quo no matter what even like i said even if the democrats saying he would rather republican wins it anybody so hyper republican democrat when there's no way on god's green earth are gonna ever legislate anything's gonna go against the only way it has to it has to start from the people you have educate people who have you know it's been so difficult with the control of the media media it really is i've done a good job of controlling how people think you're there's a book written in nineteen twenty nine at what age that leaves his name her name something you lose a nephew were meant floyd is he talks a lot about propaganda control people that notches used by a lot of what he said it kind of help shape what they did control the thought process of people would control the media now the beautiful thing is now we're getting more the internet sunday promos much but by this was the first election ever with donald trump i remember the media could totally focused because they always wanted him out when they lose that the republican side and then he can't be kept winning so it's been the first time i could never remember in my lifetime is the media wasn't able to dictate exactly what happened in so to me i think there is a possibility people canoe continue to get educated kid peter doocy the flaws in these parties right now but it's so hard for people people don't like to do things they don't like change and nothing they never want admits there well showed so what will report a bit i take it out of it it's suck it up and lie to these years that's easier just pretend that didn't happen and keep going on what you're saying but at some point people after see this password going out is gonna leads the destruction and that might have something bad happened but you know before we could actually say okay we gotta ask of this is insanity that's the biggest problem is people get these russian these these paths that go down that road hey chris so here's a part of the education process that we got when you ran for senate is is how dangerous this was in how they continue to keep them trained as the straight ticket you guys know what the shade fucking hate that man i wish why is it even on the well she and that's part of the problem right you know what the straight ticket is between someone come walk into the voting booth and vote straight ticket and they vote for every republican or every democrat on the entire card i don't even think now it'd be on the card in the first it be an incredibly learnt the dangers of that because not only are they voting for whomever they may think on there but they're voting for these under the the county clerk and the county treasurer and the cat you know whatever they may be other party libertarians or whomever independence set of running that had it would have done a better job had a better chance but they were on educated enough and the canada it's so they had to you know they're just chris how many people we talked to that were voting straight ticket republican because that's what they've done for twenty years and that's what they're gonna continue to do so they keep a definite locked down on a on not letting them get away from the parties did you would you agree with that would you say that that's what we saw is well oh i'm so you're saying a lot of people why a lot of people republicans while their parents republicans may were told they were up against that's how they vote because that's what i've always done once again just like a football team lob said because my dad was a you know it's the same mentality thought process so but like i said that mindset on the ballot because republicans and democrats don't want led by else in the game let's say why would they open it other people that come in and take away from what they do that'd be crazy and stupid and they know that so they're never gonna yeah they're gonna make it as easy as possible you know they they they hope our country lazy oh walking republican bill bill that was easy i mean it's so easy it just makes sense for them i wish that were the case but they're never gonna make it easier for another party so the only way to change that the two party system is they have a revolution in vote people in the government i mean even if we did that i found now because they don't know how much earlier by revolutions meeting so like let's you know let's go back like when there was what the weight party right i mean they had the whig party they had the democratic republican party yeah how did well i mean we don't know what happened happened with those parties but the weight party was like pretty pretty big you know as far as i understand now so it couldn't have been just a you know a boat has a problem but back then you know you had people who actually were educated they learn they read newspaper that may you know let's look at the letters that were written by people in war in the civil war i mean look how educated smart these people were now you get a bunch of people who watch tv or controlled by what they're told on tv morrow morning they don't think there's much i don't have to so back then when people would say this other parties doing this a little bit different it'd be a lot more to come and go because it that it wasn't keeping up with work that people want it people new attention and they had choices and they formed a new party people would do that anymore man many people are just you know that's that's you do like look at libertarian they've been around forever other or whatever their supporters out there with people try to do some good things and they're they have several million followers but the scope of things there's just not enough to many people are just easily control easily lead don't think about it because it doesn't affect their life very much on a daytoday basis if they can't even pay attention to i mean it does but they don't really understand and so now they're taking advantage of the fact that american kinda just are you know it's too easy of a life worth for too long we don't think it'd be a little thing brooke face you know look at what's going on up into the culture planner who the pacers are planet are you know what you're favorite musician i dunno brittany whoever whoever they're not shadow britney spears they're bad play in edmond rough life it don't really think about how these things are affecting after you know i think a lot of people think about what's affecting them in the long term but i mean i think a lot of people's problems they i guess they just don't go out the door and the retrospect or in the perspective that you know they're the people that are voting a are the ones that are kinda you know not not voting for the parties i guess so most of the people that are voting are the more well educated you know the more in tune to the they're doing all the research i think the people that could potentially you know a move the vote sort of speak or the ones you know that that are doing everyday life they're raising their kids they're you know they're not necessarily as they may be should it'd be i would i would disagree with you on that and here's why a hundred and thirty eight million people voted in two thousand sixteen that's how many people voted one of the half so that's a there's three hundred and seventy five million so little more than half i think it was like sixty two percent which will lessen their which all time rickard maybe it was a matter of google said just do percent of people voted sober maybe maybe their mother said all right you know right right so so here's my question here's what we also learned in the state senate thing is very hard to go out and get people off their butts and registered to vote and actually get to the polls on the.

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"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

Everyday America

10:06 min | 3 years ago

"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

"And welcome the everyday america my name is travis jones i'm here paul patil matthew mark and a special guest paul's gonna introduced in just a moment today we're gonna be going over topics i think every american can relate to it's a little bit politically we won't always go that rout on this show but today i think it was just on her mind so we wanna start off here i just wanna also tell you thank you again joining us are first episode so i hope that you like it if you have interest in being on the show we wanna hear from you because that's what the show's all about we wanna know what americans were passionate about we wanna talk about it so hit us up on everyday american dot net if you have any interest in without out further ado paul will you please introduce are gaspar today chris lights out lytle doesn't get any more everyday american men at a guy working at his firehouse that with the american bad ass beating people up an a choking come out stuff like that never never getting choked out are tapped out a true american bad ass joining us right now he's gonna be discussing a very important topic which is you know be political climate that's happening right now very white mad about it as well for gonna learn some things if you guys don't know chris as i mentioned he a spot in the u s c an he just kicked ass and took some names not only do they do that after the u s c he joined the political climate to testify that and then also wrote a children's book and is now helping kids with antifa blowing so chris thank you for joining us today on the everyday american podcast app it there thank you and just confirmed you are actually at work right now like every other american that will be probably workman listen to this podcast is that right yeah i foresee permits on sunday you know that's part of the gig with the fire department unfortunately they happen over the weekend can sometimes fires car accidents cardiac arrest so there's somebody here twenty four seven today's my data be here so i'm here for twenty four hours jackson before we get jumping into anything correct me if i'm wrong but you just got back from some fights last night where some people lost a tooth is that right man i'll tell you what yeah when the bare knuckle fighting championship fight court five right at the time they've had at north america last hunter thirty years ed jeez what a great night find your new album coming sport and very good five between i got an article low ball if he's a russian guy who lives in ireland now when i kinda mcgregor's training partners and a guy named jason night he lives in mississippi so the mississippi it man quite a night of place it was a pretty amazing new russia's says these guys really beat the braves over each other you should see pictures of her mom yeah that both guys faces looks pretty bad so she had to fly out at one quite a lot going on now i just wanna bring it 'cause this subject up that you are the second mixed martial artist it's ever been on this show i just wanna throw that out there heart heart versus the host travis jones actually yeah a not quite the same level i had a very short stint in the fight game life so yeah or give us a light a fire at a local local venue a elite cage fighting i believe actually i mean i i was wrong with that at someone yeah yeah so just very low level nothing like yourself so definitely respect all the work that you put in that that's that's crazy you you fight bare knuckle to is well is that is that i've had a few match jeff had three three britain will contest so far so yeah that's crazy man vase easy now throws effort new now could you tell us what your least favorite movies because according to travis his was bs but stomp when people stumped stomp on his toes you didn't like that had out there you hate people did now that really doesn't that's not too bad demean i don't know a favorite i'll tell you what my favorite was when they choked i mean i don't know that that look pretty bad yeah no no no no no no i i i am somebody who has the shelter unconscious in the gym before you try together bocce just keep let people get in a play sometimes they take you know you wake up like what happened i will say when robbie lawler just got this past year i could tell he was not unconscious in any way because if you happen choked up charges you know it takes you after they let go and you kind of have to take you about thirty seconds before you could even kind of set up like india trying to remember what happened was i just in a metal and do deals running a lion or something like oh you just got choked up conscious okay six time to great product up never made it sound like he wasn't anywhere near south yeah but go ahead no no it's hilarious a sorry for interrupting you we really wanna know i mean you ran for office here locally upstate in you know you have a little bit more indepth knowledge of how everything works so were just posing the question we just wanna talk about it no what's your take a you know when i say are politically parties good for america well now that's a that's a pretty loaded question right there's there's a lot of different ways to look at that you know in my opinion a i i definitely do i like a two party system i think you know we definitely have just two different sides right there and there's a lot of people who were in you know in the middle area for a gray area in it's all about the party it's not about what you wider ragas holdout you have to do your party says so i think it's very negative and that would mean it's hard to get anytime even if you have for part is you know it's gonna you're gonna you're gonna mix over hospice does he say so to me it's crazy to think you know on either you know air coker pepsi a republican or democrat you might have i mean i definitely have some thoughts at art republican i'll be honest with you i think the government tries to regulate morality a little bit on the republican side and i disagree but the but the same time the democrats are completely lunatics me when it comes fiscal aspects and there's no way i could ever agree with those people in that so i i think when when you get with this one party you have to agree with its match for example like when how many times when it comes down to like a big so they vote party line you know where all the republicans said this all democrats sit there so it it hit me that's kinda crazy you could tell when it comes down to it they'll pull a politician when they get elected they have they have a couple of things they're kind of meet certain criteria of how they're gonna vote number one is always gonna be what their donors calvin they have the belt if you give me a hundred thousand dollars i have the vote per whatever you tell me about you so number one they have about what their donors and number two they only got about what the party so i mean if it's not really a big vote or you know they're gonna win no matter what they could vote against it because it doesn't really matter but anytime it's a big vote they always go party line so i mean when you look at those two examples right there so i mean the people who you are electing you know they're they're going to pay for their told what to do a lot times by a party i mean that really what we want that we want her at a party that you don't necessarily agree everything wet but yet these people who were you elected are gonna vote whatever their tropical by that party that's the big problem in my opinion so how do you fix up another loaded quite well yeah a there's a one matic answers those people now you know you go through those people need party goes from oregon if people get more independent people involved or either that or at least the political parties were like i said still gonna have the same problems that politically party but they've never really had the experience of being in there like for example you get someone from the libertarian party they're not gonna be able to just stand together but i call all trauma hospitable rich wealthy bryant is so good at water to people in their man they're gonna be more likely to vote their conscience la which they tried getting at least try to do heart is it no more independence in there and that's gonna make the difference because you know the independence town are gonna go whichever side they feel best at that time you know i mean if they agree with this subject they could vote for if they agree with that they hope that it might be something that might be republicans on on sometimes by the democrats but i think that'd be a good start trying to break up this monopoly 'cause that's what both those parties that's what they fear more than they think they would definitely rather republican when it's a democrat party whether a republican within ten or libertarian i mean that that's their biggest nightmare because chris let me let me give you let me ask you do you think rand paul is in for a long time the libertarian party do you think he kind of i dunno set it let me let me get great deals for but do you think that might example round mall that a long time military are no hidden even kind of you know i dunno said that he did a great great things for but do you think he said it back by the example but he sat meaning you know he said no to everything in the government you know anything he voted on his name with doctor no right so do you think had happened more bipartisan on certain things that that could have helped grow that third party a little bit more or because now like you said he already knew it was gonna be no what what would you know what did they have the game game by putting more people like him in there no one's gonna put him in there are people like you know here's the thing i mean it depends on if you've really setting up what rob pow's doing why would you say nobody everything you say known every day because we thought it was unconstitutional because without it was the right there was a waste of government funny i mean if you listen to why he said no they say make good compelling argument i mean he wasn't saying it'd be a a monkey wrench and they're like if you're doing a study to find out the mating habits wealth from south america if you.

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"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

Everyday America

12:57 min | 3 years ago

"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

"I couldn't agree more. And I'm sure he would appreciate hearing that I do have one quite one last question about Chris and we move on. But he has never been knocked out were capped out in a fight. Have you were you able to get him in practice or? He says any attempt on practice if I remember correctly, was that were you able to go or maybe not tapped out? I can't remember how I had blacked out Dow. Yeah. Probably. So how's eve to happen? No. I so it's a crazy thing. Everybody gets tapped out in practice every like I get tapped out multiple times every day in practice. Like it's just the way goes, I never I'd never ever in all the years, I train, so I'd started in two thousand seven and trained. I mean I just rolled with Chris last weekend, I went to the jam worked out, and he was in there, too. And I've never seen. Chris, get tapped by anybody. And I've seen him roll guys that are high level. You know, just I just it's crazy. It's crazy thing. Go the other thing I want to bring up go look at Christmas record. He's got like, I don't know eighty fights. And, and some of those fights aren't even some of his fights aren't even shown on some of the websites, there is there's I guarantee there's nobody with forty fights. That's never been knocked out or submitted ever in their career and Chris Lewis got over eighty just what he's. Done in sport. It's nobody's nobody else's even close. Nobody else is ever done that not Tanag. It knocked out or submitted. It's pretty amazing. So put them in the USC or put him in the hall of fame. Yes. I thing I agree in the show is not about Chris today. But just a pile on. He's kind of old school. You talk to the guy, you gotta respect him. He's kind of like an old school gentleman type you know, in like you said, he took all those fights like that's kind of how they used to do it. Back in the day. The old school, boxers eighty ninety hundred fights in their career. You know you see a lot of guys records, it's you know that have been doing it. I'll bury long time that they don't have near that, many, you know, fights in, you know, Paul was saying, you know, Chris is kinda guy out and find it back in the day. You know where everything wasn't lined up? You know, it's like it's crazy to think about site one night tournaments. He's like, oh and fighting four times tonight. Okay. I mean you have that many times into do all that never to get tapped or knocked out. I mean, that's the most impressive thing to me, that is unknown. And this is the last thing. We'll talk about. Chris is he's not even a white belt in any kind of or he's a white belt. I guess we'll say that in jujitsu and all that stuff. So he's fought, guys, like you know, Nick as who is a the highest Gracie Jiu to he can get didn't get subbed. I mean how was that at practice when you got? Because I'm sure you guys rolled with black belts, and blue belts. And I mean did you ever encounter that how I can't even imagine that? What can you kind of explain that, to me from a martial art standpoint, because I can't process that. Yeah. Yeah. He I mean, Chris never did. So there's gay ju jitsu, which is the bell the belted system. We always did a lot of Nogi which that's more simulates, a fight in the because I'm so you're not grabbing onto anything in that kind of stuff. So Chris, but he's put as many hours in any blackout has on the mat. So as for, you know, I, I know why he's I good because he's put in the time and he's practice and he's and plus he's just naturally. Good. But he just never did the formal, you know, the gay jujitsu, and that's why he doesn't he doesn't have a belt, but he is by all means the blackmail. I mean he is that good for sure. They'll free disagree go role wasn't right. Find out exactly. Yeah. That's what I was gonna say. It's almost like I'd rather be that wouldn't you. I mean you know what I'm saying? Don't sleep on Chris light. That's what I'm saying almost rather. Here's here's the funny thing, there's all kinds of memes and stuff out there. But it Chris, and I go on vacation sometimes and Garrett. I'm sure you encounter this as well. When you go out on vacation, you're just in your flip flops, and you're like you know what if the fight breaks out, I'm going to be okay? I'm in my flip flops. I'm whatever you know, because you're going to be okay. You feel that same way in Chris kind of walks around that way, as well, as like, well, I mean, if it did to match came out, I'd probably be okay. You just it's exactly right up. So I know exactly what you mean. Yeah, just you don't worry about that stuff. You're like I can probably beat up. Most people I come across. Title you competitive, you're doing account as soon as you walk in the room, right? My wife says that to me all the time because I do you do do that. I mean, as a fighter that that's training, and you're working out, like I look around. I'm like, I wonder which one of these guys in this room would give me the toughest fight, you know, like and not 'cause I wanna I wanna fight everybody or just because, you know, that's kind of your mindset when you're, you're traded and fighting like that all the time. So you kind of go. Yeah. Right. That help you. Yeah, exactly. Well, exactly. And to be honest with you to you. Can't always control. What everyone else is gonna do. I can remember being out with Chris at a bar, and there's, you know, people other people are drinking and people would come up to me and say, hey, what do you think Chris would do if I just walk up and punched him in the face. That's that was right. I've had that question a number of times, I mean, like more than five and so I I always try to talk to him like, well, why would you wanna do that first off are do you think you're going to knock him out? I mean he's never been knocked out before, do you think you're going to be the? The one that does it maybe he. No. Number two. He's probably gonna see it common. Cause I doubt you have the speed that other people have these training with you know what I'm saying? Like I just try to talk through since since with them. But I'm sure when people know you're fighter when you walk in, you know, you personally, there, probably will they wanna test you, but I can take him, you know. Yeah, I get challenged at the punch thing or whatever I'm sure you get challenged at that, and that's fine. But because because they want the they want what you can do, but not putting all the work that you had to put in for it as a big problem. Exactly. And you know what, you know how many street fights? I've been in such started training, my guess is ego. None, why I just I don't it's like it's almost like I know I can I know I could will do, so I don't need to, you know what I mean. It's the guys that the puff up and the, you know, feel like they need to show like those are the guys can't find a lick. Did you did you ever see the do you ever see the video of Matt, Sarah? He's in, like a restaurant in this guy is going on people. And he this guy was a big dude. And mass arrows not that big. He's like five short eggs. Maybe I don't know. He's probably stopped though. He's probably five eight oh, definitely. He's probably one ninety at least not little now. He's not a little guy, but this guy was pretty big was at least six footer met Sarah, is I mean he, he shot in took a leg put him down and just controlling his hips. Didn't even do anything just like pretty much knocking him this guys like looking. It's hilarious. Sarah at a recipe, he, did you got mounted but he was just basically he was like, hey, I'll let him up when your security comes over to removing but because I can't all these people I be in jeopardy. You know. And I appreciate that. I that guy wasn't expecting that to happen. I guarantee you anytime at sir could, you know, punched him, you know, four times the face not, and not gotten in trouble for, but he didn't actually knew he didn't need to he knew he could control the guy, the way was, he was keeping himself safe and everyone else, safe and. Yeah. I saw that video. It was. Yeah. It was. It was pretty. And he's just he's talking to the guys like, hey calm down, it's. All right. I'm not we're not, you know, like chill out, you know. So, yeah, it's, it's those kind of guys like you. You gotta watch out for them, but, but usually they're pretty harmless really. So one of my favorite shows I used to watch was pros vs. Joes. This is old school spike. Tv you ever watched that show? So my favorite episode ever in this was way long ago. People can maybe look it up. I tend to look it up the other then YouTube, but note, no luck. But Randy couture was on. Do you know what the show is Travis? They used to like Dennis canceled it or whatever they it ran for awhile. What am I favor was? Dennis Rodman had outrun rebound. Dennis Rodman Radan was Doan elbows and slammed people down. I mean that's reality. That's what happens. So anyway, they, they did Randy Qatar in a cage, and it was three guys, one of them was a military combatants trainy trainer. You know, so hand to hand combat training and the, the person that got tapped out the least amount of times in three minutes. That's who won that round. So I remember the, the, the military combatant guy was in there in Randy. Four had him in like a 'camorra and the guy wouldn't happen in rainy. Looks down. He's like, hey, don't be a hero. I will break this. Macaque. But it just but to, to bring that all back in. It's almost like people on the outside of Jim March large Jim don't realize what it takes to actually be in that situation. Because in real life that military combatants trainer is probably the baddest guy in the room. Right. Those barrels in their act. Right. But, but in reality of a fight or whatnot, you know, with rules and sanctioning and all that or whatnot, you know, it's a different situation. Well, okay. I think I know where you're going here. I think it's a little bit different streetfight versus a cage fight, so to speak. I think you know, if you like, like garrisoning spend all that time training, obviously, you know, you're a weapon of sorts like you, obviously have a leg up on most people that you would meet, but, you know, there's always gonna be that guy just because he's not in the octagon doesn't mean he won't whoop the shit out of you. You know, if he needs to write he, you know, he's just flies under the radar could be that military, instructor could be Phil. In the blink it doesn't matter. So, you know just caution a little bit there in geared. I think you probably know what I'm talking about Paul the same way, you know, I think it's definitely a leg up it definitely on average. I think that's probably a very true statement. But, you know, people have a sneaky way of sneaking up on you sometimes. Well, how do you how do you separate the martial arts front because you probably still do military combatant training? I'm sure I mean, you know, like hand to hand. So how do you separate that? Or is there what do you feel some of the differences are, or, you know, being so we, we have army combat and that goes level, one to level for their their school? So I've actually been through combat of lumber one only. It was. It was very it was very basic. It was sure a lotta juicy stuff. We did some super weapon stuff. But really, what they what they teach you at harming give out of this, we're going to teach you. You enough to get your ass kicked is what they say. So basically they teach you enough to like to think you're going to know what you're doing. But if you really come across somebody who knows what they are doing. You're going to be in trouble. And that's what I was going to say about this whole thing. I think there's a huge gap from normal people and then people who even know a little bit. So, so people who even just trained in jujitsu for eight months. That is a huge gap from people who haven't trained anything at all or people who've boxed or you know for for a year. Whatever else there's a huge gap between. No-one no-one, some and no one nothing. Absolutely. And then, you know, to kind of tie on that just because there's a black belt introduce zoo out there. I mean, he could get his ass kicked in the street fight, if he doesn't know how to box kind of wear that mixed martial arts in my opinion, gives you a leg up. Where's that on the day? It was styles. Make fights nowadays. Everybody's training on everything. And there's there that knowledge gap really isn't there. If you're in the gym put time into learn all these different techniques, and skills. There's one if there's one skill set that I've got two sons if there's one skill set, I'm gonna have them. Learn it's going to be jujitsu because, you know, I mean fights go to the ground, everybody people always grab each other. They end up, you know, in a grappling session, they just do like unless you have a super skilled striker, who knows had a stay away from the clinch, somebody gabbing a hold of you, it that it's going to happen. It always happens or if especially if you want it to happen, if you wanna initiate, that Clinton, she can, that's why I would say jujitsu, probably, I mean, they're all fun, and they're all great..

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"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

Everyday America

09:31 min | 3 years ago

"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

"Sometimes you have good at feels. When people look up to you. You can be the person who everybody here looks up to because you're standing up for these people in are gonna love you into I'd talk about people who stood up for me thirty five years ago, and I still like, wow. I mean, I still come to us thirty five years nine you know, but still, I still got to him, you know, and I'll look in ten years still look up to him so you can be that person, you could be the most sought after person this school, the person who twenty years, people look up to it netted pretty good thing to be in, especially as an athlete people already look up to you. You could be a great asset to the school. And just you know, you could be someone who is. I look up to professional athletes, look at somebody like you, if you will just try to help these people as what we try and focus on with the foundation, because you're never gonna get these kids and stop. I mean, even if you do let's say I gave a speech in out of one hundred kids, I got ninety eight of to is great. You know it's ninety eight percent. I'm not great at math, that's a high percentage. So, but those two kids, those two can still bully ten other kids in that class that that's no good. Now if I could talk to kids in the standing up for people that get in the whole thing, macadear could really end a lot right there as opposed to the ninety eight percent that I got I focus on that. But my main focus is on trying to get to people to actually stand up with the other kids, you absolutely. So a well sad. And I believe I agree with you guys both about the parents situation, that on both ends, it's it could be the parents as where it's learned behavior or, or trying to figure it out on their own as unfortunate. But in I also think it's. Bad thing when the parents just blame the school system, so what or school system day care, you know, after school YMCA program all that stuff, what, what does that play a role and all this is well, what do you think? Travis oil, minister think that's clear lack of accountability. Right. It's much easier to blame somebody else for my problems than it is to say you know what I I messed up here or you know what? Maybe I should talk to my kid. There's nothing wrong on my kid. That's at Facebook culture, that pinchers culture. Everything's perfect in our house, you must have the problem that's kind of where I think about that. But what do you think what is the schools responsibility with that? Like 'cause the pro here's part of the problem. Right. Is that some teachers? I mean you've seen videos here in Indianapolis, where a guy was full mounted on a female in an IP school year, hunching over and over again in the in the Tobin in the teacher says stop it. Stop get up because that teacher cannot intervene w touch. So what is the school's responsibility and all this? But go ahead a one if that's. My daughter anybody's daughter that, I know I'm going if that data's present, I'm gonna go there and have a really tough conversation with that kids dead, if not the kid himself, because that's just an emotional situation. I mean, I think about stories Christie redocking about the girl getting deducted you talking about, you know, a kid full mount hundred on some girl on. It just makes me so mad. Thanks now. Now. I found out some follow about that story from what I gather, you know, apparently that boy was gay in. That girl was repeatedly picking on him for weeks and weeks and his, you know, let them have it making fun of him this, and that no Finally I couldn't take anymore jumped on her third beating like that. So. So not that it's right in any way, but, you know, you like you said, you had to expect some retaliation, the baby point was what you're talking about the school with us now. And the students recording Ryan all the students ad-supported this to make it go viral, not one person one person stepped in to stop this situation that for whatever reason was happening. They knew they all knew it was wrong. You know what I mean and the teacher can't do it because they don't want to get fired the kid don't wanna do it because they don't want to stop recording. They want their video. He occasionally million views teacher can't take the phones out of everybody's hands. Well at that point, I think they're watching the flight and trend pl-, please step, yet some point you'd think they'd be like taken Foser southers quit record. I don't know. I'm old enough to got paddled in school. I guess is the other part of it. I don't understand why we can't paddle kids in school. Well, it, it it focus on the point that you said earlier these parents, my it's not my kid. How dare you do that? There's absolutely zero accountability in a world where now everybody wants to blame everybody else for your. Problems. It's not my fault. It's this, this is a problem right here. Nobody will look in the mirror in accept responsibility. Learn to longtime ago anything that happens wrong in my life. I promise you, it is my fault. So you can't blame anybody else in when you quit blaming people, you can fix problems. But when you don't win. It's this person's fault net persons fallen, society salt. You're never gonna fix one problem. Why even try it's not your fault. You can't do it. I mean you'd everything, right? And this happened because you don't fix problems when they're not your fault, you fix them when the your fault, if you're smart, if not, you just blame it on somebody else. So to many people, there's no accountability, because nothing's their fault in somebody else's in that is one of the biggest problem we have in this in this country and world, I go with you one thousand percent. I think failures been the biggest success I've ever had tire to it slowly agree. Now here's the problem, though, with what you said. Okay. Yeah. You got paddled back in the day, and that's an old school way of doing it, but teachers can't even give students a fifty percent when they don't turn an assignment anymore. Do you really think that they're going to be allowed to paddle? I mean you know that's just no they can't. But it's just a shy. Yeah. They changed society. Yeah. I can't remember if I got paddled on first grade or second grade, forgetting a fight. But guess what I didn't do for the next nine years of my life. I didn't get parents have to step up in a bigger role because they should be taking their kids home Pat on them. So they know better. You know what I'm saying? Everybody should do something differently. But yet Chris's point earlier, you know, I mean, it's hard to wrap that you're right at your acting like we had these AB parents. He got a lot of C and D And F parents in. I mean you're looking at the quote unquote, normal people that people do things away that are as we know is the right way to do it. And that's not the norm anymore. You think it is. It's not. I mean, maybe in certain areas it is. But not without the, the city of Indianapolis and surrounding is not the nor will guys, it's been a great show today or any final remarks from EUPOL on bullying. Yeah. I'm I mean how long do you have left? Now. I just I just want to thank, you know, Chris, I'm involved with the foundation as well. And. And Chris Rutter children's book. It's called lightsout on bullying. You know, it's a children's book once again for elementary school ages to try to teach that message young. I feel that's important. I have three kids as Well, Chris has four. So our goal is not just for, you know, for everybody else out there. But we we're trying to teach his own kids in our own lives, you know, that's, that's part of the reason we're so passionate about it. But, you know, if you wanna get a hold of us, there's the Chris Lytle foundation dot org Goto, you can go to our Facebook page. The Chris Nuttal foundation. You know, you can go to our website lights out on bullying dot com. It's a, you can buy the book T shirts that we have, and different stuff that we have on there. It's more so about awareness. That's what we do. We have different stuff. That's not for sale. The only schools can go. So if your schools out there that wanna contact us bring us in we also do that, please. Feel reach out to re- to reach out to us about that or any domestic violence seminar that we can do it any business, a lot of female driven industries had brought us in. To teach their employees how to how to protect themselves in, and that's that's important. So that would just be the last thing I would say, if you need a suicide hotline, please find it, call it if you need to reach out to us, we've had that happen at number of times, where people have reached out to us in need, and we find him in and pushed them in the right direction that we can guide them through perfect, Chris, I think like that. Absolutely. One thing is. I don't think I gave the address to Indy boxing grappling. His three thousand as Washington street. The corner of Oakland in Washington going to park in the back. Anybody who wants to come as welcome? Like I said, I think that's very good for gaining confidence. And just overall well as for your for every part of your body things of the place to be as far as parents. I think the best thing you can do for your kids is really try to give them confidence. And that's very difficult thing to do very easy to say in it's hard you can try as a pamphlet hard to give your kids confidence, but, you know, worked towards getting them communists. By open dialogue. I know that's easier said than done as well. But is actually taking the time to listen to them. Talk to your kids. Let them know they're loved, and that's a huge thing once they know that I think that makes him in a better spot. So a lot of times when this happened people aren't getting the attention to own that they need and they're lashing out. I know you're never gonna stop bullying, but we wanna do we can try and minimize it as much as possible. Oh, appreciate both you guys. It's been a great show. And I know this is a topic that everyday Americans can relate to, and I just, you know, encourage you guys go check out the website if you live close to the gym there, in Indianapolis, or, you know, relatively close. I encourage you go check valves. Well, it's not the first time I've heard great things about that place. Obviously, there's something awesome going on there in, you know, just appreciate both of you guys coming on the show today in talking about this. I had a lot of fun that being said this Travis Jones. I'm here, Chris lights out light on Paul. Do you have a nickname, Paul I doubt not as cool as if I did apple. We'll have to come up one with Paul pot. This is everyday America.

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"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

Everyday America

09:58 min | 3 years ago

"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

"Is there any trends there from what we've gathered seems like the girls are way worse about some of this more too? Well, and I think it's, it's a different kind of boy, more definitely more of a verbal type of bullying that goes on with the girls. Not always the main, we'll talk to a couple of schools and like most of the fights are amongst the girls. But I, I think the, the, the bullying in the girls are really catty and talk about each other an awful lot. And that, that's definitely a form in that really big among girls. I mean just just constant, you know, best friends one day can't stand in the next day, making up stuff about him. I mean, if it's all the time it seems like an and also pick about this though. You know, girls versus girls in, you know, blowing each other. But I'm sure there are men that also females in I'd bet. There's more men that boy females than females bully men back. Do you know what I'm saying? So the females really get it from both sides, male and female. Do you feel like you know, the thing that jumps to my mind? You know, if it is a guy Blynn girl, they don't really the girl doesn't really necessarily, she's not a physical threat, much easier to control at not like, you know, emotionally, psychologically, you know, I'm not saying anything about women that way. I'm just saying. You know, physically a guy, I would think would feel much safer bullying a girl, then another guy. I mean, is that something that makes sense? I, I definitely, you know, once again, that's why Chris, and I do what we do is because we want to bring awareness to the situation, we teach domestic violence courses that teach his females only only females. We had many men that just wanna come in and I want to be trained by Chris. But that's not the purpose of it purpose is, is our a guy all yet because it for famous. Think about just think about this. Okay. I want everyone to think about this is when you go to a college as a female, but any college wanna pick, right? What is their rape prevention program? Some schools, they might give you a whistle and be like, hey, you get in trouble. Here's a whistle a blue light or whatever it is. Yeah. Hey, there might be a blue light or they may be nothing, right. So good luck. Here. You go calls, if you need anything that's their program. Right. I think about how many females go to college every year in house situations. Get out of hand at college. Whether it's at parties or just walking at midnight, so home or whatever the situation is. So, you know, I know there's a lot of females out there that don't wanna be portrayed as targets but men bike. You said they think in their mind, I could probably physically dominate the situation so that they try it. They're gonna try more on a female than a than another male, especially as adults another male. That's they may be intimidated by like, I don't know. If I could do that or not men, a kind of a different nobody similar. No, I was just telling Paul on the way over your how a friend of mine, just, I think it was yesterday, maybe the day before it was a day before actually his daughter, was stopping by, I think it was Kroger girl gets outside of Indianapolis, and she's walking out to her car seven o'clock at night, and a guy gets out of the van right next to her lady sit next to him with, with pink hair and guy gets out the car puts a knife to her stomach says, getting the car and puts her in the car, and then he says, scoot over in he gets in the car. She inputs over in the passenger side. And she opened the door and ran out, you try and didn't take the car nothing. He was trying to obstruct her. So I was really proud her for taking off and running mealy, because that door's locked rec- can't get out who knows what's going to happen to around of like a sex trafficking thing. I'd have to think, but I was just really glad she was able to assert yourself and get out of that situation. But I mean so that's not even necessarily. We're talking about a bullying situation. But it just you know what you're talking about the man physically tried to dominate the woman, not try that with another man. He's they're all trying to get women in that situation. So. That's one thing we talk about what we do. The, you know the domestic violence. Hang on, your job is not to beat up this man, your job is to get away from this guy in any way possible. Like, if you if I would tell people how like I've been in about one hundred fights to intimate boxing, but I've never been knocked out. So if this girl hits me, his heart, she can the face, you're not gonna knock me out, probably, you're gonna make me magically probably shouldn't hit. These guys trying, it's not the movies, you try and get away. If you poke him in the I hit him in the groin, then you move yourself from the situation, you don't sit there and try and Muhammad Ali has guy and beat the brakes off a mill you try and get away from. She knew going to have to hit the guy but she got away for happy about that. We, we were in a seminar, one time, in, in this just once again, this is about the, the mindset sometimes is that we don't people don't normally think about this stuff happening until it happens to someone you know, or someone in your area and different things like that. So we were at a seminar, once and we're teaching a, a choke. Where if a female were being raped know, hey, if you're being raped, here's a choke that you can do you know to, to stop this from happening. And I remember you know someone in the class was like, well will win win. Do I let go in my answer back was, I don't know if it was me? I would let go when they when they're dead or not moving, you You know. know within their like why don't know if I feel comfortable doing that? But my, my point is this. My point is is that it's still not a close enough reality to be in that situation. So if you don't know if you know very little or nothing, you know, you're more likely in those situations to be, you know, to be adopted or, or hurt or whatnot, you're, you're going to be at submission, to them. But if you know a little and you might be able to survive, and that's a sad reality. But that's like you talked about preying on the women. That that's what happens. That's exactly what happens. How important is having a plan. How important is awareness. You guys are going to different schools, and talking about this, how important is that, that we make people more aware of both. Yes. It's happening, but also what to do in that situation. I mean, I think that's everything that is the main thing you can do, because it's hard to really plan out everything exactly how it's going to be good to have a framework of a. Basic foundation wanted to because if you just wait until something happens, and you'd never thought about it. That's when people phrase, and they just stand there and look. And that's the end of the situations, we're talking about he disdained there freezing your brain has to process. It's going to take him in. And now you can't really practice enough to make it where super becomes natural and easy, and fluid, but you can have enough where you ready to react. If you've thought about it, and you plan for it, then things can be much mood. But if you've never even thought about this scenario popping up and something pops up. You'd probably sit there look like that deer in a headlight buys Hemi figured out. It's probably too late. So you have to just think about this stuff, you know, I know you know, especially females I've talked when they say when they're walking by they're, they're getting, you know, grabbing their keys in their in their person. They're looking around for some they are already I'd never thought about this in my life. But I know a lot of females do. Just walking out the nervous already. I mean that, that, that kind of blew my mind, will we talked to him and figure that out 'cause this last thing on my mind, I'm this enjoy the night, you know. So we've never had to think about certain things I think so. I think the. More ready? You are the better the situation's going to be you. Can't play for perfectly. You can't be more ready than others. I guess, and that's a key thing. You know, Chris hit the nail head with that because some we talk about also the false securities. Right. We have females that we ask him. We'll do polls like hey do you have a gun? Do you have a stun gun? Do you have Mace and then every time it kind of jokingly done, but not not really like, yeah, I got nice but it's at the bottom of my purse. Right. I mean, have you ever went through Spurs having it's a lot of stuff in there. You're like, hold on you. Wait right down to about four say, right, right there. Hold on. But it, it open sprays probably has the safety on and all that stuff. And they're stunned gun probably hasn't been charged in a month in, it's at the bottom of their purse, and it's a lot case. So it doesn't break open the batteries dead. I mean is that going to how you can't process through that stuff? So those things are deterrent and people feel safer with those even a gun. We did a situation with a gun where a gentleman pulled a gun, and I think Chris ran on him and he was on. On him in about three seconds. So we'll the studies and you can cover an eighteen feet by the time the guy could pull the gun out and get it in. So unless you're really good it's not gonna work and same thing with us. Then getting have the guy a bigger guy in. Was it, your stun gun, Paul, you gotta stank on. He he pulled away. So it's like that's great. If it doesn't incapacitate them. So if a girl hit to the stun gun and you punch her in the face you win. You know what I mean? So they, they this is our crutches or plan ABMC, and that's a good plan. But you'd better have a plan B and C that doesn't evolve that stun gun. And what are you gonna do when, when things go wrong? And if you don't have all if you don't have a game plan like that. That, that's what we're talking about not just to play, like Ahmadou this. Well, you might not able to you might be next to your person, you might not be next to anything. I hope so. But that might not work better have a backup plan for everything. And think about that. You know go through your handing what would I do hear what would I do here? You don't have to. You don't have to do it at all times at every situation. Because then you can turn to lunatic. But I mean, I think it is something good about from time to time in what would I do if this happened and have a game plan when we bought when I bought my wife has done gun, the first thing that we did was I let her hit me with it because the first time I don't want her using it for the first time in a situation where she needs it. You know what I mean? Because even pushing the button, Scherzer Fisk as her, you know, she's not going to be efficiently be able to hit it. So one tip. I want to give to everyday Americans. All right. This is a huge self-defense tippy ready, really ready Chatou, open to all right? Pays your house with no do that? If you want to do not husky, if he let you. So here's a tip for you guys..

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"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

Everyday America

11:50 min | 3 years ago

"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

"Thank you say in the more you disrespect people. This is what politics with with sports with anything. The more publicity, you get the more feigns you get, as far as likes on the internet, or on Twitter or Facebook are the more. Followers. You're gonna get with that equals the money and power. So, unfortunately, that is the way people are going in, you know, kids are kids are going to absorb or that aren't gonna wanna be like things that they respect. And what do they respect they respect power? They respect the people who are other people respect, and they see the people who everybody looks at I wanna be like that. So even if they don't consciously think I want to be that way, that is that is becoming part of who they are because they're absorbing that I smoke has taken place, and they wanna be like that. So that's definitely get into their psyche and their development because they see that, and that's what they want to be like and unfortunately it's a bad cycle. We're going towards a in, we have to do something different if we don't want that to be just keep getting out of control, even worse. And on to add onto that, then, as you mentioned, the parents start arguing with that, whether they're arguing with their own friends, or each other, or in front of those kids in saying, those same things that you're talking about, you know, hey, let me read you this funny post or you know this. What happened at work today? And that's part of the problem that so the kids if you think about it, they're hearing it from because they may not be on Facebook or whatnot. But some of you know as the teenage kids are starting to be, so they're seeing their, the CNN on Twitter, Snapchat, or, or whatever they're hearing their parents, talk about it. They're talking about it at school. Maybe and yeah, that's definitely the next generation of kids. That's what they're being taught. And told, you know we didn't have that. So we had to make decisions on our own back, then it wasn't the internet. Or there wasn't the other people's opinions, we didn't know what was going on in these other countries or even other states for that matter. You know, so how, how were we able to? I don't know. It's just it's a brand new cycle of people that are coming generation of people, and we don't know how it's going to turn out because it's not there yet. Another thing with it seems like there is no middle ground with anything anymore. It seems like everything is so far, divided left, right. Goodbye. I mean, for example, if you look at some of these laws that are being passed. Right now. You get New Yorker you, you're gonna bore a baby up to nine months, and he got, you know, Mississippi I none at all. So it's like there's no middle ground anymore. It's like all an all or nothing. And there's nobody who's in the middle on anything and trying to compromise his so far. We're so polarized each way, it hard to understand. There's this fighting going on out all times. And I think it's because they don't know how to communicate with each other like we've just talked about. And so when you talk about the polarizing effect, or, you know, I guess, environments, and they're not really being in a middle ground. You know, who's at high risk for being bullied, we'll start with like kids, I right? So are there certain groups that was should be more wear of or more watchful over than others? I mean to me, as it's always been the case you're going to have to look at the kids, who probably aren't typically, the most popular kids, you know, the kids who may be a little bit different. Little bit eccentric low bit who to have as many friends who might just be a person, you might say marches to be their own drums. So any people like that they're going to be marginalized, a little bit easier at thing in, in pointed out, whole, if they got paintcare, or whatever the case is going to be definitely a target. If you're not in the, the cool group are whatever any person outside and one of those clicks is going to have a tough tough in does that speak to that underlying effect you Pau think that you said earlier that fifty seven percent of the time, or I'm going to butcher, this number, but more than half the time when appear intervenes it stops. So are they really seeking that peer response? Is that really what they're seeking is that something that they want that respect from their peers? Or is it more? The euro why you mean we'll bully while the so that's different questions. I feel like are you asking are you asking? The bully answer is seeking handle it. Okay. So here's what I think about that. I feel like a bully, bullies. Because, you know, Chris says the Salat better than I will also please. Correct me if you feel like it's a better, you know, situation that you can answer. But, you know, no bullies bully people because they're not happy people. And as long as they can make somebody else unhappy than that makes them happy. You know what I mean? Plus, we gotta remember too. I know people always blame the bullies in, they're bad people. But we don't know their situations that they're in to be honest with you, you know, they could be getting beaten at home. They could be being bullied at home by their own family. So they don't know anything else that's their environment. They live in so we don't we don't know the situation that, that bullies. And so once again, we don't know why some believe my bully for attention to impress their friends, some boys when bully because he gets his ass beat at home by his dad, some boop. Some people may bully, because they're trying to impress girls, some people might bully because they're just the most miserable human being on planet earth, and they just wanna make. Everybody else miserable as well of you ever bullied, anybody, absolutely Chris. The oldest trying to say I don't in school. I did. I'm sure I did you would call it bullying now. I mean I didn't intentionally do it, but I picked on people that didn't want to be, you know, that didn't want me to pick on. I really can't think of me doing that to, I'm sure that was a couple incidents with that probably happened. But I seem pretty low key I in the ass with you. You know, like I when I was younger, I was like one of the Smalls kids, who, while the people are hung out with I went with older kids, and so I get picked on a beat. You know, I really like it in, you know, I never really wanted to do that to anybody. You're pretty pathetic other what about yet? At us. Yeah, I absolutely believe kids. Yeah. You know, in a strike a little bit of a chord with you because I wasn't very happy. I look back on that. Now, say my question to you is why look at turn that around. Why did you do these? Yeah. Yeah. I was gonna I was gonna go through that, but yeah, I look back on now. And it says something you really are shamed of United magic. It's just at the time. You know, I can't really go too deep into my situations 'cause I don't I don't ever like to really go through that, right? Then the day I did bully, and I can tell you this much. It wasn't because I was happy. I mean, there's kind of two schools of thought there one is because you're like what I've been reading is almost like a dicta- when you get that positive response from your peers in the other one is because you have more control over your environment for me, I felt out of control for much of my life. But when I was picking on people, and it was mainly like early on in highschool, had said the first couple years, it may it gives you a sense of control some finally something in my life, that I can control. I can kinda dictate how it goes is. It's weird to say like that. But that's I think that's more of what I kind of, you know, I'm barest to say it but I mean you gotta be accountable, and you've got to be honest. You know, there's no point in saying, you know. No, I never bullied anybody because I was bad. But in you listen to some kids, that I used to know it was it was not me that when Thursday reads the be embarrassed about that stuff. I mean in all honesty, I would say the one where. Comes to mind when people say, wire people bullying I'll say insecurities I mean, every, I don't know anybody who is really happy and secure with themselves who wants other people are not be happy. That's just not a real thing. You know. So have you ever been seen kids, and they're all playing playing tag or whatever? Everybody's having fun to laugh at. Nobody just wants to hurt the other kidding. Hope. They, you know that's, that's not really how it works. If everybody's happy. Everything's good. But when they're not happy, and you have time to think about what's going on your life, and, and they insecure about how the people are seeing them, and they want to be looked at as a tough guard. The funny guy whatever it is that causes them to do that. Typically, I'm not saying that all situations. But typically, I was it's insecurities make these things happen. So I just wanna though some inter-, you know, some information out there for the people that are listening. You know, some affects of Boeing that you may look for in your own kids, you know, or to see if they are bullying or maybe being bullied in they're not talking to you about it. You know, there are ways to tell you, you know, maybe your kid was doing very well in school. But now the sun. They're, they're doing poor grades or drop in the they're not doing schoolwork. You know, maybe they have less friends that they're talking to a star student interaction or they don't wanna go to football games or dances, or or, you know, they don't wanna be around at the school. Maybe they're low depressed, maybe they had behavioral problems or they've talked about or attempted to the side. I mean, those are all affects of bullying that as parents, or as educators, or whoever friends, people that want to get involved to help each other those of the key signs that you wanna look for because once again, it's not just school, but it's also work. You have a co worker that was a rockstar, and then all of a sudden, they're, they're not they're not performing the same way will what's going on? Are they in abusive relationship at home? Are they being bullied at work by other co workers, or by their boss, or, you know all those situations that come up? So I just feel like that's important for everyday American people to kind of look at the signs and think about, you know how your. Affect everybody. But also, what are they kind of going through? And can you help somebody? Yes, so, and those who so you notice somebody's being bullied, right? What do you do? How do you. How do you help? That is -ssume that you guys have probably talk about this at some point, or they're like tips and tricks that you normally give out her. Yeah. I mean in the weird thing about that is, it's gotta be kinda specific for what's going on with that situation. So it's kinda you can't have a blanket statement is going to encompass everything. That's going all of them. We don't know what's going on. So sure, I think the main thing is trying communication. So once that comes out, then then where do you go to for from there? You know, like if the kid has having people at school pick on, then you have to try and talk to the friends in the teachers in the school, and try and see what's going on there. I mean, if there's people, the neighborhood talked to parents mean or have some dialogue with the kid and try and get them to work this stuff out and trying to understand, like I said, a lot of this is going to be about the other person too. Because what's going on their life? That's making them think this is a right way to do things. So it can ROY depend on a lot of different variables in, like I said, it might even might not even be a kid. We're talking about, I know Paul said something about adults in the weird thing is people don't think of that. But I mean, typically the heavens at work a lot. Yeah. And actually went Paul, you told me that you wanted to go over this was looking for some stats about a bullying in adults or right? And there was an article in psychology today in one of the things that it said was let me pull it up. Here said the trend, unfortunately continues, it was talking about a billion adolescence and it goes on talk about adults. But it continues as we get older, a recent study found that workplace believes often have a positive job evaluation are considered highly skilled in work, politics, thus rather than bullies being socially, unskilled, outcast on bullying might be actually helping people ascend in the social ladder. So is there like a blindness? I mean do do even read. Realize when Bouillon is going on. Well, I mean, I think sometimes people most people just saying when people get older bullyings over, you know, it's like a school thing they think when people graduate, you know, you turn that Tassell from decide you head together in that bullied. This is done. You know that was it. That's the no more. But you think that person doesn't go to work? And still if he hasn't learned yet not to do that, that he's still not intimidating people and tell them, how I can see them having a positive work was when they, they, they get other people to do their work are the intimidate or the people because lot of people don't know how to assert themselves into fight back. So to speak are to try and say, no, I'm not doing this. But a lot of, you know, people say, bullies irt like Taipei personalities, and they might in a way, intimidate other people to, to get them to, to do what they want in..

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"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

Everyday America

12:10 min | 3 years ago

"chris light" Discussed on Everyday America

"Hello, and welcome to everyday America. This is Travis Jones. I'm here Paul pothole in. Chris lights out Lytle. How's it going guys? I'm doing a fantastic. How are you doing? Doing pretty good, Chris. Yeah. I'm I'm doing. All right to just had risk surgery. But besides that everything's great. How's how's it coming along the wrists? What'd you have done to it? If you don't mind me just had some, some bone Spurs taken out and nerve cut out. And then just bunch of inflammation, and problems kind of cut away. So it's just I'm just being week. I, I want to be like, kind of wolverine his, he'll Mike three days. I'm trying to be better who needs nerves anyways on overrated overrated? Now, now, people can say, hey. You lost your nerve and it'd be true bubblegum. All right. So do you guys we're going to talk about something? I know. I know that you guys are both passionate about. I'm a little bit outclassed on this one. But I'll try to keep the conversation coming about bullying right ball. Yeah. That's right in it's not only just important asset. I mean, this is something that lives with everybody. I mean, everybody that we talked to general about, you know, the Chris Lytle foundation, says anti-bullying as somebody has a story about they've been bullied. They know somebody that's been bullied or somebody that's going through stuff. So we feel like everyday America. No, the podcast here, someone everybody out there dealing with this in one way or another. Whether they whether it's the friends family or them. Personally I feel like okay. Yeah. And Chris, if you don't mind me asking just for some background. How did you get started in this whole anti bullying campaign? Well, I would say really kind of started with me when you have ADT four kids now and my youngest son Jake has autism so okay. That can opened my eyes to how different people get treated, and how unfortunate is, and everybody's different in certain ways in, when I just see how that affects people know as a father, that my heart goes out to people 'specially when I hear of people being depressed, maybe even hurting themselves committing suicide Iowa's segment, man. What would you do? You never be the same as the parents, something like that happened. And just a heavier kid or anybody's can't hurt to that level of the older. I get the more that is just hurts me. And I'm thinking, if there's anything I can do to help this, I would like to do, and, you know, so luckily for my son he has a good support system around him family, France and everything, but a lot of kids don't use. You see the effect that that has on people, you know, I'm, I'm not really a person just kind of sits back and think, well, but it is what it is like, if I could do anything about, I'm gonna try, you know, I mean, I ran for state Senate if years ago for the same reason I thought, if I could do anything to try and help the state you in the right direction. Election. I'm gonna try to do it. So this is just kind of different extension of that. If I if I could try do some and trying to. Yeah, absolutely at I want to piggyback off that because ONA thousand stats out there that people like like Chris said, he's involved because of his kids in, in the situation that he just mentioned. But, you know, this affects almost everybody more than one out of every five students report that they bring bullied, such just the people that report think about that. You know what I mean? So how many don't report we don't know. But that's one in five that do report, and then it says, forty three percent of the bullied students, notified adult about the situation really quick. Another your bones will stats out at me. And, you know, I'm not as a up to speed on the bullying thing, probably as you guys, you know, some of these folks that are listening to the show everyday Americans. Right. You know, I know that it gets a lot of publicity. But, you know, just kids are softer these days. Like, you know, I mean. People might think that what would that? Let me throw you those last two stats. And then we're gonna talk about defining what bullying meals fair. Yes. Okay. Working for. Yeah. So so forty three percent of the bullied students, they notify an adult, whether it's a teacher or apparent, you know, but once again, that's forty three percent of that, one in five so how many don't say anything, you know, some people lose a kid to suicide and they're like, well, no, they didn't even know anything was going on. So we miss those ones, right? And then fifty seven percent of bullying situations. Stop when peers intervene on behalf of the student, so we're going to get into that later because that's the main topic that the crystal foundation talks about right there. And that's a huge step, fifty seven percent of the bullying situation. Stop when appear intervenes on behalf of the student, which is amazing stat. So as you mentioned, that's the key pieces, like define going, you said, you know, our kids just a little bit softer today. Right. Asking the question, though. You know, I would say. In my opinion. There's a couple of definitions of bullying because now the government has gotten involved with Boeing, so they have a definition of Boeing, right? The, the school each school system has their own definition of Boeing, then you have parents parents, had their definition of blowing. Right. And then the kids, they have a definition of Boeing to right. Maybe even a bully has the definite. You know. So that's the thing it's kind of an interpretation in my opinion of what defines that will, you know, were a little older Chris's really old, you know. He's right. So maybe he's got no nerve left. I mean come on, maybe bullying in our day was defined a little bit differently. So I guess to answer your question. I think it's all things, I think kit, some kids may be a lot softer. Maybe some kids don't know how to cope with things may be social. Media is out there, Chris, what do you think about some of that? Yeah. I definitely think there's a lot of different aspects of what you're talking about. Of course social media. That's the we can go into how that's different. You know, we were kids if somebody at bullied it was the happened Friday at school. You didn't think about it or deal with until Monday and maybe people forgot maybe they didn't. But I mean now if it happens Friday, it's all over social media. You might have five thousand hits by seven o'clock at night, something we'd have to deal with a little bit different. But that being said, I think in general kids do have a like a less ability to cope with problems. I mean I always talk about how I'm not really sure how old you are traps myself. I'm older anyway, when I was younger is no stranger. When I was younger, it seemed like you know, we had a lot more delayed gratification, for example, when I got up on Saturday morning, it was a big deal because Saturday morning you had cartoons. I mean, there wasn't cartoons Monday through there wasn't twenty four hours of Nickelodeon or Cartoon Network, or when I got in the car, I couldn't pull down a TV in what's cartoons. Are there wasn't a phone there for cartoons? I'd wait. Till Saturday morning cartoons. You know, so everything that was so instantaneous, people aren't used to hear. No, everybody gets a trophy. I think these people are not used to hearing the word. No very much. And they're not used to disappointment. So that being said when they get some discipline, they don't know how to deal with every well, any more. I think these are all consequences of parents who are trying to let their kids and give them what they want. But at the same time is that really is helpful as we think, I don't think so. I do think kids are a little not as able to deal with the problems that are coming to them, because they don't have the coping skills, they've never had to, and that's not really on, then that's on us. But it is what it is. So I think that's a big part of it. What you said. You could call it being softer. I when I a break it down. Look at it. I think that's kind of what's happened. And in as by law, definite the definition by the government states that bullying is a situation that happens repeatedly, you know unwanted. So, so that's, that's a big key. Think about let's say a student in a student have an argument they get pushed while, then they go home in the parents, like, whoa, you're getting bullied at school will know they just had an incident right now. The difference is if, if the kid, you know, was talked to and said, hey, don't do that or I don't want you to do that anymore. And then it happens the second day in the third day in the fourth day, now, that's when the bullying situation comes into play, but me have kids or me. I mean, this is not just a school problem. It's a it's a, you know, an adult problem at work problem, different stuff like that, which we can get into. But if I have a problem with Travis, you know, and we just have a disagreement, maybe he pushes me, and I push him back. You know that's not a bullying situation. That's just a disagreement or an. Argument or whatnot, or does that make sense? Chris sure, drew. So, so does it have to happen? More the wants to be bullying. I mean, to your earlier fact, you know, a lot of this goes on reported. Maybe they don't say I don't like that. Or, you know, go tell somebody to stop it. So what happens when the bullied kid or adult stay silent as it bullying them because they didn't say anything. Well, it, it can be bullying. That's where I was talking about the different definitions. Right. And maybe to that kid, they're being bullied, right? But by the state's definition in these numbers in this reporting, it's not considered bullying, because, you know, the schools get a bunch of reports, and they take a look at those, and they define what is Boeing. And what is not? So then, that's where they report, these numbers to does that make sense. Absolutely a Chris. We're gonna say something. Okay. No. I was just wanted to say how to make you like further his point. Oh, sometimes we'll get people and they'll talk to our foundation. Like, you know, this guy was these two disco was called my daughter stupid. She keeps call. On her stupid. Nobody co Kedah did she call your stupid, like, yeah, I talked to or what happened. She does like, well, she called me fat, and I go, what would you call fat? Yeah. Well, if you call her fat, and then she goes, you're stupid. That's not bully. He can't be if I you can't just pick and choose and take half of life said this, and she sets up the Bakshi's bulletin me. That's not the case. We get that a lot where you getting one parent saying one thing, and you come to find out that, like, that's the biggest bull in the school, you'll talk about several of the people. So you really gotta be careful how you're defying these things in just because somebody calls, somebody named us that does not equate to bullying in before we get done here. I would love to get into the topic of you know, what's the parent's responsibility enrolls into this, and what, what is the school roles, but for now if I just want to answer the questions you have as far as the do you think we did a good enough job with that, or is there something we can elaborate more on defining that because it my opinion there's really no definition. That's kind of my point is it ends on the, the situation. It depends on who you're asking define that isn't it kind of on the person who is quote unquote, being bullied to say, hey, this is something I'm not comfortable with or I don't appreciate that or etcetera accents. And, and that's like to Chris's. Point they have to decipher and say, you know, hey, is this really a bad situation or they just messing around where they my friend owes the intent there to hurt me, you know, so I think that's a big. That's a big piece of it that the in, if they don't know how to cope with that in their automatically going to assume this person has bullied me. Okay. So I have a couple questions for you guys. But the first one, I'm gonna go to is I think Chris, you alluded to it a little bit about, you know, the internet. Right. So everything that you see, on the internet today. Are we setting the right example for kids and for other adults and I give a politics as an example, these people who are supposed to be leaving our country? It's maybe not the politicians themselves but their fan bases. Their supporters we've all heard it liberal snowflakes or those retarded right Republicans, like it's just at a very high level leadership. I'll say leadership, these people who are supposed to be driving our country forward. It just seems like that's really rewarded were bullying each other. You know, on social media in setting this expectation for kids and everybody else, I think, because it here what you guys say. But it seems like the more of that. You spit out the more positive attention, you get will for sure. And I would like to ask you to please us that we're leadership loosely because I don't leadership from those people. Not not at all. I mean, to me politicians are, like, you know, write a step below will you people thought I used car sales back. They just not good at all. I can't think of a worse thing. You call somebody a politician is bad as against, so I don't look to those people as leaders. But the problem is they are out there, and they're on social media, and people are saying them and people learn, you know, not, not just shock value, but the, the more outlandish..

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"chris light" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"chris light" Discussed on KCRW

"You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Tomorrow marks the one hundred forty fifth run for the roses, better known as the Kentucky Derby and often referred to as the fastest two minutes in sports in past years. The race has been won by less than a second. While there's plenty of debate over the impact of performance enhancing drugs. Ashley Stevens of member station. W F P L and Louisville wondered what are some other ways? Jockeys owners and trainers shave seconds off race time. In the days leading up to the Kentucky Derby, horses and their trainers parade through the paddock on their way to and from the track for practice runs. For now, the horses are moving at a pretty slow pace. But on Saturday that won't be the case these horses are thousand pound elite athletes and this race is just as competitive as any marathon or Olympic swim. Since it started in eighteen seventy five there are numerous examples of the derby being won by a fraction of a second. Which made me wonder has anyone ever shaved their racehorse to get a better time like how some human endurance athletes shave excess body hair to eliminate drag knowledge is never been hair shaved off a horse to save seconds. That's Chris lit the chief curator at the Kentucky Derby museum, it's written rule baby because of the absurdity, but my guess would be it would be frowned upon good. Let says ultimately the jockey club the governing body of professional horse racing probably wouldn't approve a bolt horse. They can get sunburns and owners are prevented from making any major alterations to a horse's appearance though. There are plenty of other modifications trainers and jockeys have made four faster runs such. Is using lighter. Horseshoes Gary Stevens is a retired three-time Kentucky, Derby winning jockey. They're not still shoes they are. And they're very very lightweight. And they have told grips on the front and grips on on the rear end as well. Stevens also says jockeys colorful shirts have undergone some aero-dynamics updates since the nineteen eighties. The silks now fit much tighter. Like what bicyclists where the aero fits tighter the body? So you don't have it in in the win. When the worst run it that's Theresa ESTES. She and her business partner run. Triple crown silks in Winchester, Kentucky. They're designing silks for three derby hopefuls this year s to says many racehorse owners now wants something more tailored to the jockeys bodies to reduce drag and the sentence. You can't do that. Because there's no stretch to it. More of their clients are shifting away from those traditional race day materials to more era dynamic fabrics, even with all the improvements jockey Gary Stevens, says a large part of the Kentucky Derby is still the luck of the draw. Specifically the draw for post positions or which gate the horses. Get start out of the worst one is closest to the inside rail. And the one hole is is dreaded in the Kentucky Derby because if if you don't break, well, if you don't get a good start. It's like a giant wave of nineteen other horses trying to get over close to the rail to save ground going in that I turn and even with a good post position sleeker clothing and later gear Chris good lit of the Kentucky. Derby museum says there's one more thing to try trainers will joke with us that if you want more seconds we want to in the rationing to buy faster horse. Well, having the fastest horse is really the only. Sure bet for winning the derby that won't keep trainers and jockeys from trotting out new tricks to increase speed for NPR news and Ashley Stevenson Louisville. You're listening to all things considered.

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"chris light" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"chris light" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"The PJ of America, the made it possible to even have those that were delegates consider it as so while I can sit here and say, I'm the first to of achieved it, I'm certainly not the first to tried and if because of that others now don't label that we're PJ professionals in. Here's the next PJ president XYZ, whether it's, you know, a a male or whether it's a person of color, whether it's a female that comes next after me new, I would hope that would be the case because our goal is to advance the game and to advance the game, we need to look more like the communities we serve and we need to have more women engaged in golf and so. Right now for people to say, oh, I'm the first female president of the PJ of America. I'm okay with that. If if it gives us the opportunity to increase our audience civic gives us the opportunity to have seat at the table amongst groups that perhaps didn't invite us before. I wanna know like when all eyes are on you. And you've got a red over twenty thousand nine thousand members. How do you set the structure for the vision of PJ of America, the goals that you wanna chief like how do you organize inside of yourself that that is the right direction would over that is for you? I certainly don't do. It. Just me we have forty one sections across the country all of whom have leadership positions much like I have at a national level. We have a board of directors inclusive of two other officers with me or honorary president in fourteen district directors that sit on that on the chair of that board. And then we have an executive staff who we work directly with on a daily basis. So our charter is aboard is to set the strategic direction for the PJ of America, an staff operationally they implement and so I'm just fortunate I work with Seth wa our CEO who is an acclaimed businessman, but also passionate about the game. He has a son who plays overseas trying to get his European tour card. So he's he's very intimate with the game and understand the nuances of growing the game of being a pair. In the game. And the joy that God can bring to all. And so for me when you're trying to make a strategic decision for the direction for the betterment of our membership for their wellbeing for the allegation of their stature within the marketplace amongst employers in consumers, and to really Nick sure were advancing the game of golf on getting a more people to play the game again that that live in our communities that we all can serve for me. Those strategic decisions are made as groups as a team, you know, happen to be the leader of that team. But that's what I love to do. I love to coach, and I love to surround myself with people that certainly have more expertise in areas than I have. So that we have a diverse contributions amongst the table. So we're making sound decisions without perspectives. We take in feedback. But but Ross taking feedback that necessarily is. Isn't how we see the world or perhaps how others might see the world. And when you have the opportunity, surround yourself with people who will help you do that are independent directors. For example, Andrew sniffing Chris light ou- visit on our board with us who can give us that outside perspective. It's truly is truly something that were just grateful to have in the room helps us.

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"chris light" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"chris light" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"The chew DT's is a real fun. I've been through the throes of it a couple times Tiro already so pleasant. I don't know. No. I think you're worth is not for me. It's not for us. Yeah. It is. I need you to live a little bit longer than what you are trying. Do maybe we had that one in there. One a. The things that you what into your body. Well, that was that was going to be the other one is to not order out as much as. Seven red bulls. I've come back on red bull quite a bit time goodness out of money. You could save if you didn't order out hundred sixty five days a year by new car. Food though, so good, especially when it comes to fucking lazy. I wanna make anything maybe maybe my goal is to have a chef in here for us who. Granted it's going to be tough. But how no that would be. They could probably I don't wanna say mill point for you guys, but they can make Alary. Awesome hick. You make food for you to take home the code center at a guy named wet who would have to make specialty orders. Dwight Frene like these people have special diets was reindeer meat. It was awesome. Watching it happen. Because DeWitt was the men chef de was the absolute man OG and the whole thing in watching him after like learn with the new food trends, so that he was awesome to watch. It was like vantera was on a good diet free was on his wild fucking diet. It was crazy. I was like for us. So yes, or just someone to tell us what to buy and now never do it. I've. I've. Because I I know that because I have met with like five nutritionists that have all been employed, probably by the colts. And I've been forced to talk to in always go in there with a good attitude. This is what I would like I'd like a line. Tweet aja line for the kid. I'd also like the gut not to be there as much show. Just like Todd sitter earlier, I can wear better better clothes that better. And I'd also like to look a little bit skinnier on four K television. Okay. That's Interesting. interesting. I want to be more explosive. I wanna be able to run longer view. I want to be stronger me of like, oh look better on forecast. There's always this fool on I'm in. I'm in. Okay. This what you do just like what he's doing with digs with the whole setup. And soon as you get to like item three on there. You're like for me. I think probably just going to be able to get out of here. But if you have somebody actually making the food for in giving it to you. I think that's a bigger deal. I literally just asking a lot. It's literally in. This is a true thing. Just want to not pull my backout trying to get my pants off before I have set. Happened to me last night. Title kick him off. The right side. It's fucked right now. So yeah. Fucking. Fucking pumping season. Back. Spoke your parents on next time your painter you got any resolution new dad? Less about my father's sex. Hey, Chris light out lights out came by today's Chris. Literally scared to piss automates gonna fucking knock your next. Well, remember, you're like don't let anybody in the place. I it was like what are you got just for McAfee interview? I'm like, oh, autographs, brother..

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